bull's head

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bucranium, bucrane

A sculptured ornament representing the head or skull of an ox, often garlanded; frequently used on Roman Ionic and Corinthian friezes.
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But Croll popped up to score the winner in injury time, calmly slotting the ball past the Bull's Head keeper after sprinting clear from a Woodhouse assist.
They will be sited near to the Bull's Head pub, in front of Empress Buildings and near to Kwik Save.
Bull's Head went close when Dougie Priestley rattled the bar but goals from Jones and Kirk put the game beyond the home side.
Mrs Small's family sold The Bull's Head Pub to Sue and Malcolm Robson 25 years ago, after running it for nearly a decade.
Bull's Head licensee Zachary Moore said the new policy had come into force as part of the pub's refurbishments.
Current standings: St Aidan's pl 9, pts 24; Hollybush Utd 10/22; D'town Corus 9/21; Lingdale 9/21; Lealholm 8/18; Stokesley 8/14; Goldsborough Utd 8/13; Lingdale Utd 8/13; Staithes Ath 7/12; Gt Ayton 8/10; Carlin How WMC 11/9; Whitby Fishermen 10/8; Loftus 6/6; Brotton RA 9/6; Bull's Head 10/5; Fox Inn 10/4; Boosbeck Utd 8/3.
The Sugarfoot Stomp, at the Bull's Head in St Mary's Row, Moseley, will include such dances as the Lindy-Hop and the Black Bottom.
Goldsborough continued their good form as they gored North Skelton Bull's Head 8-2 away from home.
Crews had been called to reports of a car on fire, which was a Rover that had been stolen earlier that night from the car park at the Bull's Head pub, in East Street.
Danny Ryan at the Bull's Head in Hall Green with landlord Alan Birch.
Earlier Mark Stonehouse had given the Bull's Head the lead.
HERE we go again - Kirklees Council showing itself up in its true light with the three young girls having to be sacked from the Bull's Head pub.